Sea Stork's-bill - Erodium maritimum
Unlike Erodium cicutarium, this species has undivided leaves. The flowers are pink in colour, but according to Stace it usually doesn't have petals and sometimes doesn't have a stem either.
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Dunes & dune slacks, short turf and dry, sandy places.
In flower May to September.
It has a mainly western distribution being mostly found round the coasts of Wales, Cornwall and Devon.
The record in 2019 from Moira is only the second for Leicestershire and Rutland and the first since 1978.
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